Perpetual Adoration Chapel

Some articles on adoration, perpetual adoration, perpetual adoration chapel:

Adoration - Catholic Church
... Adoration in the Catholic Church takes several forms ... One is the simple adoration of God Himself ... Adoration also takes the form of Eucharistic adoration ...
Christ The Redeemer Church
... the Redeemer (in Maltese Kristu Redentur), commonly known as Sagaramentini Church for the Perpetual Adoration, is part of the same building ... It belonged to the Adoration Sisters of Mary ... accepted the invitation and contributed by promoting a daily adoration to our Lord in Sacrament ...
Adoration Of The Magi In Art
... The Adoration of the Magi (anglicized from the Matthean Vulgate Latin section title A Magis adoratur) is the name traditionally given to the Christian subject in the Nativity ... The Orthodox Church commemorates the Adoration of the Magi on the Feast of the Nativity (December 25) ...
Visit To The Blessed Sacrament - Perpetual Adoration - 20th-21st Centuries
... Devotions Holy Face Sacred Heart Divine Mercy Eucharistic adoration Holy Name Holy Hour Acts of Reparation Holy Wounds Rosary of Holy Wounds Stations of the Cross Precious Blood ... The perpetual adoration chapel in Saint Peter's Basilica was inaugurated by Pope John Paul II in 1981 and a number of the major basilicas in Rome have also started ... questions arose as to the suitability of perpetual adoration by lay Catholics ...
Adoration Of The Magi (tapestry)
... The Adoration of the Magi is a Morris Co ... is sometimes called The Star of Bethlehem or simply The Adoration ...

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